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Summer Programs


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Canadian Academy Summer Programs Weeks of fun and learning

Program Overview 3 Elementary Summer Experience Information

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Activity Descriptions 8 Information & Requests 10 Summer Fun @ CA (English) 12 Summer Fun @ CA (Japanese)

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Application/Bank Transfer Information 20 Cancellation/Refund Policy 21

Contact Information Canadian Academy

TEL (Domestic):

078-857-0100

TEL (International): 81-78-857-0100

FAX (Domestic):

FAX (International): 81-78-857-3250

Email:

078-857-3250 summer@canacad.ac.jp

Summer Program Office hours Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm Accounting Office hours

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Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 3:30pm


Explore! Discover! Experience! ~ Weeks of fun and learning ~

Join our learning adventures that offer opportunities for students to explore their interests. Follow your passions or be a risk-taker and try something new. Our activities are in line with Canadian Academy’s philosophy and practices, with a touch of summer fun! All programs are designed for both CA students and non-CA students. We have enrolled students from Niger, Canada, China, France, India, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, the United States, and all over Japan. Students must be at least 4 years old by September 30, 2017. Pre-K students will be limited to those who are currently attending Canadian Academy or new students starting KA at Canadian Academy from fall, 2017. Elementary Summer Experience is taught in English. Students applying for programs other than ‘Summer Fun @ CA’ should have enough English to follow instructions.

2017 Summer Program Dates & Fees Elementary Summer Experience for current Pre-K ~ Gr. 5 »» Week 1: June 19 ~ June 23 »» Week 2: June 26 ~ June 30 »» 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

»» Week 3: July 3 ~ July 7 »» Week 4: July 10 ~ July 14 »» Optional Extended Fun (3:10 – 4:30)

Fee »» Option #1: One week ¥47,000 »» Option #2: Two weeks ¥78,000 (17% discount)

»» Option #3: Three weeks ¥106,000 (25% discount) »» Option #4: Four weeks ¥130,000 (31% discount)

Summer Fun @ CA for current Pre-K ~ Gr. 6, and Gr. 7 ~ 9 »» Gr. 7~9 students from non-English speaking schools only »» July 24 ~ August 4

»» 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. »» Optional Extended Fun (3:10 – 4:30)

Fee »» Registration Fee: ¥5,000 (not charged for students who attended Summer Fun@CA in previous years) »» Program Fee: ¥86,000

Optional Extended Fun »» for ES Summer Experience & Summer Fun @ CA »» non-summer program students are also welcome »» June 19 ~ July 14, July 24 ~ August 2

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3:10 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Quiet activities and games, reading, outside play ¥10,000 / week (¥6,000 for the final week) NOT on August 3 & 4

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Programme Information

Our Staff Our Summer Program staff consists of a mix of Canadian Academy faculty, veteran Summer Program staff, college and high school students, and some student volunteers. With unique personalities, backgrounds and talents, they are placed according to the position that best fits their experience and knowledge. Over 50% of our staff are CPR certified, others trained in CPR/First Aid, and our low student - staff ratio allows constant supervision to provide a safe environment to enhance involvement and learning.

Our Location Canadian Academy is conveniently located on Rokko Island, an artificial island in the port city of Kobe, Japan. Please visit the Rokko Island City site for information on our school’s immediate environment.

Our Facility Classrooms in the main building, ELAC (Early Learning and Activities Center), STEAM Lab, cafeteria, Main Theater, P&G Black Box Theater, Lilly Field, Nestle Field and both gymnasiums will be used during the summer.

Accommodation Students and their families traveling from afar can receive special discount from Hotel Plaza Kobe. Please ask for more detail.

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Elementary Summer Experience (current Pre-K to Gr. 5)

* Student must be at least 4 years old by September 30, 2017 * Pre-K students will be limited to those who are currently attending Canadian Academy or * new students starting KA at Canadian Academy from fall, 2017

The Elementary Summer Experience is a full-day program from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for students currently enrolled in Pre-K through Grade 5. You may sign up your child for one, two, three, or four weeks, whatever fits your family’s schedule best!

“Choose your experience!” Students KB and older can choose their experiences! We have 4 periods of fun activities throughout the day. For each period, you get to pick your first choice. Unfortunately, as the popular classes get full, we will have to close them and ask you to take the other class. So, hurry!!! Pre-K and KA students will focus on literacy, numeracy, fine and gross motor skills, and social skills in a fun and safe environment, much like Canadian Academy’s early childhood classroom setting. We will continue to expose children to learning experiences in line with Canadian Academy’s philosophy, with a touch of summer fun! This year, the class will be led by Ms. Willis.

Everyday is ‘Falcon Time!’ Every day, we have a mixed age activity time for skill building and fun! Each group is consisted of Pre-K to grade 5 students and teachers and staff. Every day is a fun challenge!

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Elementary Summer Experience

Elementary Summer Experience Schedule KB & Grade 1 9:00 – 9:50

Activity A

Activity B

Filmmakers in the Making

9:55 – 10:30 10:35 – 11:25

Super Science Time

Sewing (wk1, 2) / Broadway (wk3, 4)

11:30 – 11:55

Lunch

11:55 – 12:30

Recess

12:35 – 1:10

FALCON TIME

1:15 – 2:05

HipHop Dance

Blow Life into LEGO!

2:10 – 3:00

Craftastic

Tinkering: Where Dreams Come True

Grades 2 & 3

Activity A

Activity B

Super Science Time

Sewing (wk1, 2) / Broadway (wk3, 4)

9:00 – 9:50 9:55 – 10:30 10:35 – 11:25

Recess HipHop Dance

Blow Life into LEGO!

11:30 – 11:55

Lunch

11:55 – 12:30

Recess

12:35 – 1:10

FALCON TIME

1:15 – 2:05

Craftastic

Tinkering: Where Dreams Come True

2:10 – 3:00

Filmmakers in the Making

Soccer Fundamentals

Grades 4 & 5

Activity A

Activity B

9:00 – 9:50

Craftastic

Tinkering: Where Dreams Come True

9:55 – 10:30 10:35 – 11:25

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Soccer Fundamentals Recess

Recess Filmmakers in the Making

Soccer Fundamentals

11:30 – 11:55

Lunch

11:55 – 12:30

Recess

12:35 – 1:10

FALCON TIME

1:15 – 2:05

Super Science Time

Sewing (wk1, 2) / Broadway (wk3, 4)

2:10 – 3:00

HipHop Dance

Blow Life into LEGO!


Elementary Summer Experience

* Example schedule for a Gr. 2 student:

* Example schedule for a Gr. 4 student:

9:00 – 9:50 9:55 – 10:30 10:35 – 11:25 11:30 – 11:55 11:55 – 12:30 12:35 – 1:10 1:15 – 2:05 2:10 – 3:00

9:00 – 9:50 9:55 – 10:30 10:35 – 11:25 11:30 – 11:55 11:55 – 12:30 12:35 – 1:10 1:15 – 2:05 2:10 – 3:00

A Week on Broadway Recess HipHop Dance Lunch Recess FALCON TIME Tinkering Filmmakers in the Making

Craftastic Recess Soccer Fundamentals Lunch Recess FALCON TIME Super Science Time Blow Life into LEGO

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Elementary Summer Experience

Activity Description (in alphabetical order) A Week on Broadway (wks 3 & 4 only) Ms. Hirai

one or two projects each week. Make pins and brooches, sew a coin purse, learn to hand knit, and much more! Learn new skills and make something

In this interactive course, your child

special for your family and friends!

will get the opportunity to draft,

Create fantastic crafts in Craftastic!

produce, and choreograph their very own original skit and share it to all of

Filmmakers in the Making

the Summer Experience campers on

Ms. Kyoko

Friday during Falcon Time! This is an excellent opportunity for children to

Come join the class to explore your

get in touch with their creative and

surroundings through filmmaking!

artistic side all while placing special

Students will get a hands-on

emphasis on the development of their

experience with cameras and will be

confidence, leadership skills and

collaborating with peers as they put

ability to work well in groups.

together short films.

Blow Life into LEGO!

HipHop Dance

Mr. Kawamori

Mr. Fujiwara & LOGOS teachers

Are you ready to be creative? In this

Feel the sound, move to the rhythm,

class, you will learn some tips and

learn the basic moves. Then experience

tricks of building bricks from the expert

the dynamic movements you can create

model builder. Students will also

with the HipHop music! The goal is to

explore making and moving their LEGO

be a risk-taker. Challenge this summer

creations in a variety of ways.

and dance with us!

Craftastic Ms. Neukomm & Ms. McHugh Be creative with clay, yarn, paper and other materials. Students will work on

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Elementary Summer Experience

Sewing - Make Lovely Things with Material (wks 1 & 2 only) Ms. Terry

Super Science Time Mr. Mosser Super science is a chance to look at

In this class, we will make beautiful

microscopes and telescopes. It is a time

pictures using pieces of material

to see chemical and physical reactions.

and sewing by hand or sewing with

Be ready to look at the world through a

a machine. We will learn some

different perspective in Super Science

embroidery stitches to make a simple

Time this summer!

piece of embroidery, and the older children will learn how to use a sewing machine and learn basic quilting or simple bag making.

Tinkering: Where Dreams Come True Ms. Martinez Come and experience the inspiring

Soccer Fundamentals Mr. Willis & Mr. White

world of tinkering, where each child becomes an aspiring inventor. Have fun giving life to all of your ideas using

The Soccer Fundamentals class will

everyday materials and your own two

provide deeper understanding of

hands!

soccer and its principles. Students will be able to see the sport from different perspectives; as players, coaches and referees. Students will also learn the rules of the game and some basic physics and geometry behind the sport appropriate to their age level.

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Elementary Summer Experience

Some Information & Requests… First Monday of the first week Please meet in the ELAC Black Box Theater at 9:00 a.m. for a short welcome. Teachers and assistants will collect their students and proceed to their class. From the second week on, new students can meet the others in the ELAC Gym.

Supervision in the morning Summer Program hours are from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Your child is welcome to come any time after 8:45 each morning. Please do not send your child to school before 8:45.

Absences Please notify the school (078) 857-0100 or email <summer@canacad.ac.jp> by 9:00 a.m. in case of your child’s absence from Summer Program, or when s/he will be late. We endeavor to complete our attendance check by 9:15 every morning and phone the homes of children who are not accounted for. If your child is late or absent, your phoning us will be a big help. »» If your child is diagnosed with a communicable illness, you must inform the office. »» Canadian Academy has a ‘24 hour fever free’ policy. Students can return to school when they have been fever free without fever reducing medication for 24 hours. »» Students can return to school when they have been free of the symptoms of diarrhea or nausea/vomiting for 24 hours.

Pickup Please either pick up your child at or shortly after 3:00 p.m. or instruct him/her to return home soon after school finishes. We do NOT provide playground/gym supervision after the end of the school day at 3:00 p.m. All Pre-K to kindergarten students must be picked up by a parent unless notified in advance.

Supplies Please send the following items, with every piece labeled with your child’s name. Children will have a cubby space to keep their belongings in. »» Clean indoor gym shoes (NO sandals/crocs, they need to run safely!)

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Elementary Summer Experience

»» A hat or a cap / sun screen »» A bottle of water »» Healthy snack (Fresh and dried fruits, vegetables, cheese, crackers, small onigiri are good choices. Candies, chocolate, sugary/greasy snack are not.) »» Complete change of clothes for kindergarten students »» Keeping extra shirts at school is a great idea, especially if your child takes sports or dance * Please be sure to supply us with correct information regarding your child. Incorrect personal data on your child may void insurance coverage in case of an accident or health problem associated with attending Summer Program at CA. Canadian Academy assumes no responsibility for situations in which incorrect data has been supplied by parents. * Please make sure your email address is correct. We will be sending you information via email. Please provide us with a PC based email address since your cell phone email may not be able to open the necessary documents that we may attach. * Because there is no entrance exam or interview, Canadian Academy reserves the right to ask a student to leave - even after the start of Elementary Summer Experience - if his or her behavior is repeatedly or extremely inappropriate. * For non-Canadian Academy students: Enrollment in Canadian Academy Summer Program does not guarantee your child’s acceptance as a full-time student at Canadian Academy. * Privacy Policy: Canadian Academy Summer Program only collects personal information necessary to administer the program. All information will be kept confidential under the Personal Information Protection Law, and will not be disclosed to any third parties or be used for purposes other than to administer the program.

School Lunch Lunch signups and payments will be handled directly by Cezars Kitchen. To sign up your child for Summer Program lunches or for more information on Cezars Kitchen, please visit their website or stop by the CA Cafeteria during school hours.

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Summer Fun @ CA (current Pre-K - Gr. 9) Student must be at least 4 years old by September 30, 2017 * Pre-K students will be limited to those who are currently attending Canadian Academy or new students starting KA at Canadian Academy from fall, 2017

This year’s theme is Fairy

Tales

Kindergarten »» Focus on literacy and social skills »» Literacy, Stories, Art, Music, Sports, Makers Lab »» Daily ‘Falcon Time!’ challenges students to work cooperatively and to have a great time in mixed age groups including teachers and staff »» Extended day on the second Thursday (dinner included) »» Performance Day

Grades 1 ~ 6 »» Literacy, Drama, Art, Sports, Makers Lab »» Daily ‘Falcon Time!’ challenges students to work cooperatively and to have a great time in mixed age groups including teachers and staff »» Extended day on the second Thursday (dinner included) »» Performance Day

Grades 7 ~ 9 (for students who attend non-English speaking schools) »» Basic grammar skills/structures »» Use your skills and communicate in English! »» Literacy, Drama, Art, Sports, Makers Lab »» Daily ‘Falcon Time!’ challenges students to work cooperatively and to have a great time in mixed age groups including teachers and staff »» Extended day on the second Thursday (dinner included) »» Performance Day

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Summer Fun @ CA

Important Dates & Fees »» Monday, July 24

Opening Day All Students: Meet in Black Box Theater at 9:00 a.m.

»» Thursday, August 3 Activity Day & Dinner (7pm dismissal) »» Friday, August 4

Performance Day (T-shirt day)

»» Registration Fee:

¥5,000 (no need for students who attended

Summer Fun @ CA in previous year/s)

»» Program Fee:

¥86,000

Optional Extended Fun »» »» »» »» »»

July 24 ~ August 2 3:10 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Quiet activities and games, reading, outside play ¥10,000 / week (¥6,000 for the final week) NOT on August 3 & 4

Sample Schedule (Grade 2, 3) »» 9:00

Morning Circle

»» 9:35

Literacy

»» 10:10

Drama

»» 10:45

Makers Lab

»» 11:20

Falcon Time

»» 11:45

Lunch

»» 12:15

Recess

»» 12:45

Art

»» 1:20

Literacy/Project

»» 1:55

Sports

»» 2:30

Literacy/Project

»» 3:00

Dismissal

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Summer Fun @ CA

Supplies Please send the following items, labeled with your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name. Children will have a cubby space to keep their belongings in. * Lunch & a bottle of water * Healthy snack (Fresh and dried fruits, vegetables, cheese, crackers, small onigiri are good choices. Candies, chocolate, chips and sugary/greasy snack are not.) * Clean indoor gym shoes (NO sandals/crocs, they need to run safely!) * A hat or cap / sun screen * Change of shirt * Complete change of clothes for kindergarten students

Supervision in the morning Summer Program hours are from 9:00 a.m. ~ 3:00 p.m. Your child is welcome to come anytime after 8:45 each morning. Please do not send your child to school before 8:45. We do NOT provide playground/gym supervision before 8:45.

Absences Please notify the school (078) 857-0100 by 9:00 a.m. in case of your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s absence from Summer Program, or when s/he will be late. We endeavor to complete our attendance check by 9:15 every morning and phone the homes of children who are not accounted for. If your child is late or absent, your phoning us will be a big help. Notifying by email <summer@canacad.ac.jp> is also accepted.

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Summer Fun @ CA

»» If your child is diagnosed with a communicable illness, you must inform the office. »» Canadian Academy has a ‘24 hour fever free’ policy. Students can return to school when they have been fever free without fever reducing medication for 24 hours. »» Students can return to school when they have been free of the symptoms of diarrhea or nausea/vomiting for 24 hours.

Pickup Please either pick up your child at or shortly after 3:00 p.m. or instruct him/her to return home soon after school finishes. We do NOT provide playground/gym supervision after the end of the school day at 3:00 p.m. All Pre-K to kindergarten students must be picked up by a parent unless notified in advance.

Other »» Students must be at least 4 years old by September 30, 2017 to apply. 4-yearolds will be limited to those who are currently attending Canadian Academy or new students starting KA at Canadian Academy from fall, 2017. »» Please be sure to supply us with correct information regarding your child. Incorrect personal data on your child may void insurance coverage in case of an accident or health problem associated with attending Summer Program at CA. Canadian Academy assumes no responsibility for situations in which incorrect data has been supplied by parents. »» Please make sure your email address is correct. We will be sending you information via email. Please provide us with a PC based email address since your cell phone email may not be able to open the necessary documents that we may attach. »» Because there is no entrance exam or interview, Canadian Academy reserves the right to ask a student to leave - even after the start of the program – if his or her behavior is repeatedly or extremely inappropriate. »» For non-Canadian Academy students: Enrollment in Canadian Academy Summer Program does not guarantee your child’s acceptance as a full-time student at Canadian Academy.

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Summer Fun @ CA (年中〜中3)

幼稚園

»» 少人数制 »» 安全な環境で楽しくリテラシー、社会性にフォーカス »» コミュニケーション、 ストーリー、歌、 アート、 スポーツ、Makers Lab »» 毎日の 『ファルコン・タイム!』 では縦割りグループに分かれてその日のテーマにチャレン ジ。上級生や先生たちと一緒に頭と身体と英語を使って楽しみます »» 9⽇目 (2週⽬の木曜) はアクティビティー・デイ、 アメリカンスタイルのBBQディナー 後帰宅 »» 最終⽇には発表会

小学1年⽣~6年生

»» 少人数制

»» コミュニケーション、 リテラシー、 ドラマ、 アート、 スポーツ、Makers Lab »» 毎日の 『ファルコン・タイム!』 では縦割りグループに分かれてその日のテーマにチャレン ジ。上級生、下級生、先生たちと一緒に頭と身体と英語を使って楽しみます »» それぞれのグループには先生の他にネイティブ/バイリンガルのアシスタントがつき、 お子様をサポート »» 9⽇目 (2週⽬の木曜) はアクティビティー・デイ、 アメリカンスタイルのBBQディナー 後帰宅 »» 最終⽇には発表会

中学1年生~3年生(英語以外で授業を行っている学校の生徒対象) »» 基本の⽂法・文型

»» コミュニケーション、 リテラシー、 ドラマ、 アート、 スポーツ、Makers Lab »» 毎日の 『ファルコン・タイム!』 では縦割りグループに分かれてその日のテーマにチャレン ジ。上級生、下級生、先生たちと一緒に頭と身体と英語を使って楽しみます »» 学んだ英語を使ってコミュニケーション »» それぞれのグループには先生の他にネイティブ/バイリンガルのアシスタントがつき、 お子様をサポート

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»» 9⽇目 (2週⽬の木曜) はアクティビティー・デイ、 アメリカンスタイルのBBQディナー 後帰宅 »» 最終日には発表会 スペシャル ディ & プログラム費 »» 7月24日 月曜日

オープニング デイ»

9時に ELAC Black Box Theater に集合、各クラスにて» サマースクールT-シャツ配布

»» 8月3日 ⽊曜日

アクティビティー・デイ、 アメリカンスタイルの

BBQディナー後帰宅(19時予定) »» 8⽉4日 金曜日

発表会 (サマースクールT‒シャツ着用)

»» 申込金:

5,000円 (過去のSummer Fun @ CA 参加者は不要)

»» プログラム費:

86,000円

Extended Fun (オプション) »» 7月24日 ~ 8月2日 »» 3:10 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. »» ゲーム、本読み、 スポーツ、外遊び等 »» 1週目:¥10,000、 2週目:¥6,000 »» 8月3日、4日はありません

時間割り (小学2, 3年生例) »» 9:00

サークルタイム

»» 12:15

休憩

»» 9:35

リテラシー (フォニックス、 » リーディング、 ライティング)

»» 12:45

アート

»» 1:20

リテラシー/プロジェクト

»» 10:10

ドラマ

»» 1:55

スポーツ

»» 10:45

Makers Lab

»» 2:30

リテラシー/プロジェクト

»» 11:20

ファルコン・タイム

»» 3:00

帰宅

»» 11:45

ランチ

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持ち物

すべての持ち物にお子様のお名前を記入してください。 * お弁当

* 上履き/体育

* ⽔筒

* シューズ

* ぼうし

  

* おやつ (甘いものや駄菓子は不可) * 汗ふき用タオル

* シャツの着替え» (幼稚園児はお着替え一式)»

お休み・遅刻

お休みや遅刻の場合は、朝9時までに連絡してください。 ご連絡のない場合はこちらから確 認のお電話をさせて頂きます。

電話:(078)857-0100(代)/E メール:summer@canacad.ac.jp

»» お子様が何らかの伝染病にかかった場合には速やかにお知らせ下さい。 »» カネディアン・アカデミイでは ‘24 hour fever free’ ポリシーがあります。解熱剤なしで24 時間平熱が続けば登校できます。 »» 下痢や嘔吐/吐き気においても、症状がなくなってから24時間経った後、登校できます。

朝・放課後

»» 朝8:45 以前と放課後の3時以降にはお子様達の安全を監視するスタッフがいません。 朝 は8:45 以降に登校し、 放課後は速やかに下校してください。 »» 幼稚園児のお迎えに保護者以外の方が来られる場合は予めお知らせ下さい。 ご連絡のな い場合、 他の方との帰宅はお断りさせていただいております。

その他

»» 年少児の場合、現在カネディアン・アカデミイに通っているお子様、 あるいは秋からKAへ の入学が決まっているお子様に限らせていただきます。

»» 申込時に記入ミスが無いようにお気をつけください。 万が一の場合、 保険でカバーできな いことがあります。 その際、 カネディアン・アカデミイは一切責任を負いません。 »» 申し込み⽤紙は正しくご記⼊下さい。 ケガや事故があった際、情報が間違っていると保 険が適用されません。 »» こちらからお送りする添付情報等が開けられないことがあります。 メールアドレスは携帯 電話ではなく、 パソコンのアドレスをご記入ください。

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»» 自然災害や流行疾患等で休校になった際、 返金は致しません。 休校になる際は朝6時に ウェブサイトでお知らせします。<http://www.canacad.ac.jp/> »» サマースクール入学に際し、試験や面接は⾏いません。 したがって、入学時もしくはプロ グラムが始まった後にお子様に不適切な⾏動、行為があると判断された場合、 カネディ アン・アカデミイはその⽣徒に対し、⼊学申し込み、 もしくはプログラムの続行をお断り する権利を保持します。 »» 本プログラムの参加はカネディアン・アカデミイの入学を保証するものではありません。 »» 個人情報の保護について: お子様およびご家族に関する個人情報については、 プログ ラム運営上必要な範囲においてご提出いただいています。 これらの情報は、個人情報保 護法のもと、適正に管理・使用し、 同意を得ることなくプログラム運営以外の目的に利用 することはありません。 »» 遠方よりお越しのお⼦様/ご家族にはホテルプラザ神戸 <http://www.hotelplazakobe. co.jp/> の割引があります。 詳細はお問い合わせ下さい。

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Summer Program Application

How to apply(申込方法) 1. All applications are made online. Please let us know if you have any trouble. オンラインでのお申し込みのみ受け付けております。 入力時に問題がある場合は» お知らせください。 » 2. Fees are payable with your credit card at the time of your application. プログラム費はお申し込みの最後にクレジットカードでお支払いいただけます。 »

3. If there are any changes with the program, we will contact you by email. Otherwise, we will see you on the first day! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at <summer@canacad.ac.jp> プログラムの変更等があればメールでお知らせします。何もなければ、 プログラムの初日に» 直接お越しください。 それまでに質問等があれば、 いつでもご連絡ください。

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Elementary Summer Experience Refund Policy

I Summer Experience tuition: »» On or before Monday, May 29, 2017: Full refund of all tuition fees. »» By one week or more prior to the start of the first week(s) being canceled: 80% refund of tuition fees. »» By six (6) days or less prior to the start of the first week(s) being canceled: 50% refund of tuition fees. »» During a week registered for or after the final day of the week(s) registered for: No refund of tuition fees for such week(s). II Typhoon, earthquake, or other “acts of God”: »» No refund for any summer-school-related fees in the case of cancellation of school and/or of activities due to typhoon, earthquake, or other extreme events beyond the control of summer school staff. This includes cancellation of school due to epidemic outbreaks or any other government mandated closures. »» In case of school closure, we will announce it on our school website http://www.canacad.ac.jp/. III Finally: Because there is no entrance exam or interview, Canadian Academy reserves the right to ask a student to leave - even after the start of Elementary Summer Experience - if his or her behavior is repeatedly or extremely inappropriate. Any student asked to leave the summer school program based on circumstances covered in the aforementioned will receive 80% tuition refund for any week(s) he/she is enrolled in that follow the week in which he/she is asked to leave; no tuition refund for the week in which he/she is asked to leave. K. White Director of Summer Programmes

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Summer Fun @ CA Refund Policy 返金規則

キャンセルの場合

»» 2017年6月26日まで:

プログラム費用を全額返金致します

»» 2017年7月 3日まで:

プログラム費用の80%を返金致します

»» 2017年7月10日まで:

プログラム費用の50%を返金致します

»» 2017年7月14日、12:00以降:

プログラム費用の返金は致しません (*1)

(*1)2017年7月15日〜7月23日の期間にキャンセルされる場合は、必ずEメールでご連絡ください。 この期間中は担当者不在のため、 お電話を受ける事ができません。Eメール:summer@canacad.ac.jp

»» 申込金は、返金対象となりません。 »» 自然災害や流行疾患等で休校になった際、返金は致しません。

プログラム続行をお断りした場合

»» 1週目 (2017年7月24日の週) の場合、 プログラム費用の50%を返金致します。 »» 2週目 (2016年7月31日の週) の場合、 プログラム費用の返金は致しません。

Cancellation »» By June 26, 2017:

Full refund of tuition fees

»» By July 3, 2017:

80% refund of tuition fees

»» By July 10, 2017:

50% refund of tuition fees

»» After 12:00 on July 14: No refund of tuition fees (*1) (*1) Please notify by email in case of cancellation between July 15 and July 23. The office will be closed during this period. Email: summer@canacad.ac.jp

»» Application fees are not refundable. »» No refund for any Summer Fun @ CA-related fees in the case of cancellation of school and/or of activities, due to typhoon, earthquake, or other extreme events beyond the control of summer program staff. This includes cancellation of school due to epidemic outbreaks or any other government mandated closures.

Students asked to leave Any student asked to leave the Summer Fun @CA program in »» the first week (week of July 24):

50% tuition refund

»» the second week (week of July 31): no tuition refund K. White

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